Triple Art Score

Have you ever considered what Adam and Eve would look like as blow-up sex dolls? Me neither. But if you're wondering, head on over to the McKinney Avenue Contemporary (the MAC) to check out the work of Vera Barnett, one of three artists whose pieces are currently on display at the gallery, 3120 McKinney Ave. Barnett exhibits a series of paintings in the New Works Space that depict inflatable dolls in classical paintings or themes throughout art history. The real highlight of the exhibition, however, is in the Square Gallery. It features the work of Charles DeBus, an internationally known photographer who has exhibited since 1960 and teaches at Southern Methodist University. Finally, Lesley Dill's work, which she characterizes as "complex interweaving of a wide range of materials, images and texts" is showing in the Large Gallery. The free exhibition runs through April 21. Gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesdays through Saturdays. Call 214-953-1MAC or visit
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